This week the FCC passed new rules on net neutrality, which were essentially designed to limit the ability of internet service providers (ISP) to either slow down or boost the speeds… Read more »
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Nobody likes the taxman. The latest chapter in the fundamental disagreement between Netflix and Comcast over who should pay for the improvement of the internet unfolded Thursday. Read more »
Google wants you to know which ISPs provide the best streaming experience, and it wants ISPs to work with it to ensure HD-quality streams without buffering. Read more »
Good news for Comcast customers: Your Netflix streams just got a lot better-looking, thanks to speed increases that are the result of a commercial peering agreement. Read more »